Dehydrated Oily Skin Leads To A Cycle of Excess Sebum Production - Deepstash
Dehydrated Oily Skin Leads To A Cycle of Excess Sebum Production

Dehydrated Oily Skin Leads To A Cycle of Excess Sebum Production

Moisturizing oily skin can be tricky. People with oily skin often skip out on moisturizer and load up on mattifying products thinking that with its natural oils, their skin's already got all the juice it needs. However, skipping out on moisture may only be causing dehydration, creating a vicious cycle of excess sebum production.

"Most oily skin types have dehydrated skin, and that's because people will use very harsh products to dry out their skin, but their skin will produce more oil and break out to make up for the lack of moisture."Taylor Worden, esthetician and founder of Taylor Worden Skin

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Because many do not know that skipping on moisturizer can cause dehydration, creating a vicious cycle of excess sebum production and sometimes acne.

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